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James & The Giant Peach Opens This Weekend

James & The Giant Peach Opens This Weekend

What's better than biting into a big, juicy peach? Watching your amazing local talent make the most of a Giant Peach! This will be the first weekend for the the Grace Church production of James and The Giant Peach, and you will want to savor it. Premiering Saturday July 23 at 7 pm, with a matinee on Sunday at 3 pm, this charming show has it all. More performances are offered next weekend, with a [...]

Bucket List Actors Keep Sketch Comedy Fresh @ Senior Center

Bucket List Actors Keep Sketch Comedy Fresh @ Senior Center

Right in the "Heart of Screenland” comes a revived art form of theatrical revue. With laughter, drama sketch comedy and song, this is the whacky world of “The Bucket List Actors. “ It all started as a group of once-were or wanna-be actors and performers began meeting in Culver City three years ago. Carole Marie, a long time Screen Actors Guild member, had an early morning dream about her [...]

KDT Will Open New Season with “Throw Me on the Burnpile…”

KDT Will Open New Season with “Throw Me on the Burnpile…”

The Kirk Douglas Theater will open their new season in September with the world premiere of “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” written and performed by Lucy Alibar and directed by Neel Keller. "Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up” blends a lecherous goat, Pentecostals on the radio, a clutter of inbred cats, phone calls from death row, Daddy’s burnpile and countless other [...]

Just a Thought – Road Rage

Just  a Thought – Road Rage

It happened again today. As I pulled into the left turn lane, with my turn signal on, someone behind me opted to accelerate and lean on the horn. This is the third time in about six weeks. You know the style, not a 'beep' on the horn, but that long, loud 'WAAAAAAAA' that sounds like someone has their elbow planted in the center of their steering wheel. Because, it seems, I slowed down in [...]

CTG Announces 50th Season for Mark Taper Forum

CTG Announces 50th Season for Mark Taper Forum

Center Theatre Group celebrates 50 years in the iconic Mark Taper Forum with the 2017-2018 season announced today by Artistic Director Michael Ritchie. The new season features five plays that represent the past, present and future of the theatre, plus a special immersive event on the streets of Los Angeles. “Theatre has always created an extraordinary connection between artists and [...]

‘We Tell Stories’ Continues Summer Run at Julian Dixon Library

‘We Tell Stories’ Continues Summer Run at Julian Dixon Library

How do you "Read for the Win? " Get to the Culver City Julian Dixon Library this afternoon at 2 pm for the summer reading program and another great performance by "We Tell Stories. " Today's performance is "The Spirit of Black Folklore; Stories to Make You Strong." We Tell Stories is a multi-ethnic community of artists that seeks to educate and nurture young audiences by reconnecting them [...]

Reimagine Fox Hills – Save the Date

Reimagine Fox Hills – Save the Date

Fox Hills Neighborhood Association wants to share the good news with you! The City of Culver City is having their "First Public Outreach Meeting to Reimagine Fox Hills." We want to make sure you mark your calendars for this important meeting. Thursday, July 28, 2016 – 7:00 PM Veteran’s Memorial Complex, Garden Room - 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230 Light refreshments will be [...]

Of Sunlight – Shaina Levin

Of Sunlight  – Shaina Levin

Of Sunlight The world is not a happy place. It’s got hurt things and sad things and everything is dying The world is not a happy place. It owns good souls and bad souls and all of them have holes The world is not a happy place. We are distracted by the time we’re spending The same hashtags are constantly trending and still we watch the messages pending, words are [...]

Culver Closet @ Free Summer Lunch Today

Culver Closet @ Free Summer Lunch Today

Do your children need clothes or school supplies? Do you have extra clothes or school supplies? Today is the day to get to the Free Summer Lunch program at La Ballona Elementary School at 10915 Washington Blvd. between 11 am and 1 pm. The Culver Closet program will be there to offer gently used clothing, shoes and school supplies. And don't forget lunch is free for anyone under 18, and there are [...]

Black Talkies @ MCLM – “The Greatest”

Black Talkies @ MCLM – “The Greatest”

In honor of the recent passing of boxing legend and activist Muhammad Ali, Black Talkies on Parade presents The Greatest on July 30th at 2:30  (please note the early start time.) Released in 1977, this riveting bio-pic features the one and only Ali playing himself in his own story. The film focuses on his Olympic success and his legendary Rumble in the Jungle with George Foreman. James Earl [...]

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